Free bandstand concerts begin Friday, June 21st and continue every weekday night through Aug. 23 on the Santa Fe Plaza. Check out the full schedule of hot local and national acts.
History authors Toni Gibson and Sharon Snyder speak on “The Manhattan Project in Los Alamos: An Eyewitness Perspective” in a free brownbag lecture at the New Mexico History Museum at noon on June 19th.
Sample a true western tradition at the 64th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe June 19 - 22nd, with a slate of cowboy fun from Mutton Bustin’ to Barrel Racing, a carnival midway, and beer garden. The party kicks off with the annual parade in downtown Santa Fe.
For some heady fare, St. Johns College offers free public lectures on “Reductionism, Naturalism, and Undecidability,” “Humanity Exists in a State of Rupture from the World: Hegel, the Fall, and Spirit’s Alienation from Nature,” and “The Tolstoy Family Story Contest.”
Santa Fe Gay Pride week throws some outrageous soirees, parties, and the classic parade on June 22nd.
The Spanish Colonial Arts Society opens an exhibition on June 21st of Peruvian art never before seen by the public, a gift from the estate of a former Peruvian prime minister and his wife.
Bike fanatics can dream and ogle at the 2013 Motorado Motorcycle Classic Show, a few miles north in Eldorado on June 16th.
If you’re feeling a little international, Santa Fe’s annual Greek Festival, June 15 & 16 offers the perfect excuse to eat, drink, and make merry while enjoying lively cultural entertainment.
Hunt for an art-book treasure at the New Mexico Museum of Art’s Annual Book Sale this weekend, including original works of art, posters, and postcards.